“Follow-up is a must,” says Danny Kirkwood, director of recruitment and staffing for Town Sports International. “You’d be surprised how many candidates don’t follow up these days.” If you’ve ever been confused after a job interview about what expectations there are for communication, you’re not alone. But this follow-up slip-up could cost you a job opportunity if there are other candidates taking the extra step to stay involved in the hiring process till the end.
To avoid a follow-up faux pas, check out the video above for how to follow up after a job interview, and check out these resources below on how to ace every part of the interview.
- How to excel in every type of interview
- What not to do in the interview
- Questions to ask (and avoid) when interviewing for a job
- How to research a company before your job interview
- Body language do’s and don’ts in the interview
- 5 things you can do in 5 minutes to prep for an interview
- 10 signs your interview went well
Originally posted at http://advice.careerbuilder.com/posts/how-to-follow-up-after-your-interviews